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Jul 16, 2010 10:00pm EDT
in the mexico state in juarez was killed a couple of weeks ago. also an american worker in the u.s. consulate office in juarez was killed a couple of weeks ago this is violence that we are seeing up on the border, also spilling across the border. we must see a greater sense of urgency in the response by the united states government. >> greta: get i guess we can did this all night. the worker at the embassy she was with her family at a birthday party recently and she was murdered in her car. i guess some watching can say we have a lot of crime here. for some reason this is stunning inches away from our country that i don't know if it is overstating it by saying there is a war down there or if i'm an alarmist or the federal government is not sufficiently paying attention. >> look at the raw numbers. we can leave out the hyperbole or the words. more lives have been lost because the war with the drug cartels in juarez alone, just a few blocks from the united states of america than lost in the war in afghanistan. over the past couple of years more than 2400 people in juarez alone have been killed
FOX News
Jul 9, 2010 10:00pm EDT
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FOX News
Jul 15, 2010 10:00pm EDT
are live from houston, texas. earlier today we within to the u.s./mexico board we are secretary napolitano to get you -- border, with secretary napolitano to get you the insider story on the border crisis. 2005/2006 you said the federal government has failed us. >> right. i don't think the federal government is letting arizona down now. >> greta: more minutes away including an answer to the question we all have: does the secretary thinks arizona's law racially profiles? >> first, radio star laura ingraham guess on the record with her new book the obama diaries number one at amazon.com the kindle version is number two. good evening laura? >> i can't believe you scored the big interview with janet napolitano. >> greta: we get down here and i get the big news about your book doing so well. of course i have my own copy. the first thing -- >> you are in the book. all about fox. >> greta: i did the washington read, i went immediate there to the index to see if i was in it. page 321. are you going to take the skin off my body or will i be saved? i come across okay. it was mild, simple note about
FOX News
Jul 20, 2010 1:00am EDT
2009. >> dana: joining me live is robert bonner the former commissioner and u.s. customs pan border protection commissioner and senior partner of sentinel hs group. thank you for joining me commissioner. >> good to be here. >> dana: sir, do you think announcement today by the administration is enough or is it too little, too late? >> i doubt that 1200 national guard troops at the borders, i doubt that's going to have much impact in terms of gaining control of the border. in fact, i don't really think that national guard is the solution. i mean, they aren't really trained to do border law enforcement and therefore, they are not likely to have much impact. i think is largely a symbolic gesture when you get down to it. >> dana: can you explain for the viewers, what exactly while these national guard troops be doing when they get there? >> i only know what i read. i think they will be supportingcus tops and border protection -- the border patrol. i'm not sure what they will be doing. i do know from the past, national guard tend to be deployed when they are deployed on a temporary basis.
FOX News
Jul 6, 2010 10:00pm EDT
the u.s. citizens as well as legal immigrants. >> greta: here's why i hate it. there are better ways to deal with illegal immigration than this. cut often air conditioning of someone who is elderly and the person dies from dehydration and the heat. and it gets hot in arizona. what about the family trying to cook a meal for the infant, whatever it is. we don't have to go to this point to get in . we to get our government to act. for the life of me, i can't imagine cutting utilities that's how you live. >> greta, first of all, let me define, address the illegal population not just border crossers from mexico or canada, it includes visa over-stayers whether for work, tourists, education. they are considered illegals as well. the point is, we have to have a reasonable period upon which giving the illegal immigrants fair notice, fair opportunity upon which they can take care of their families and there would be no health repercussions. >> greta: to me it is flat out cruel and i think there are more effective ways. i hope your proposal fails. i urge you to join some of your other colleague
FOX News
Jul 24, 2010 1:00am EDT
week. the winning item is brought to a vote on the u.s. congress house floor, every week the next week the vote will take place on the prior week's winner. this week's vote was on a cut which would have saved the taxpayers 1.2 billion dollars, with a "b" that would put an end to the sleeper class fare on amtrak. amtrak loses $400 per passenger in subsidizing the sleeper class. there's only 16% of the passenger load on amtrak even opts for that. some say i don't know if it is all the way valid some say we could put people on a plane for that price and still save for not subsidizing the sleeper class. all in all the youcut program has amounted to over 100 billion dollars in cuts to the federal budget. we 10 to gather votes -- we continue to gather votes and amass a record each week. unfortunately, it has not been overwhelmingly bipartisan because we are unable to prevail obviously with the democrats not joining in wholesale. >> greta: i suspect it is to send a message that these are the things that the american people want. 100 billion dollars -- now we deal with trillions, 100 billion d
FOX News
Jul 29, 2010 1:00am EDT
for their documents. the judge said she has a problem with that because there are people who may be here legally not u.s. citizens who don't have documents. for example, you have a visa waiver program you can be a citizen of another country and be driving here and not have the kind of documents they need. the judge got rid of a section that said if you are arrested for any reason)=j' the police can't release you until they awe immigrationou until they status. she pointed out in arizona arrest doesn't moon you are handcuffed and hauled off to jail you can be cited and released at the place. she said it is not fair to detain people for that there were three other sections that we can get into that the judge found fault with. >> greta: in terms of the plans do you know what the plans are, governor brewer's plans, the state of arizona's plans since they are the aggrieved party in terms of they lost today. do they intend to go to the court of appeals 9 circuit, any plans made? >> the governor has already said she will be up at the 9th circuit her attorneys will be filing in the morning. they believe the judg
FOX News
Jul 7, 2010 10:00pm EDT
for injunction against your state, is that there's mention about mexico. and the impact it will have on the u.s. versus mexico -- you start to shake your head. >> yeah. you know, i've read the lawsuit from doj. it is outrageous this is like letting the dui go because it could impact the family co-lose his job. there's no room for humanitarian strictly s of the law. there's never been upheld. this law is fair. we go farther than the federal laws we tacked about. we put safeguards in that the federal law doesn't have you've got the obama administration trying continue policy into a lawsuit to maintain their nonenforcement mentality and agenda this is about amnesty. it interferes. interior enforcement is 75%. this administration is doing everything they can not to enforce the law. then sue the americans siding with those who break into our country, and president calderon who came to our house and criticized our law and citizens while they ignore the damage and cost of millions and deaths and maimings and jobs taken from americans. i've never seen anything so upside down this is the most callally w
FOX News
Jul 27, 2010 1:00am EDT
with the taliban and plan attacks on our troops. former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, john bolten joins us live. the first thing -- is this true? >> i don't doubt that it's true. but it is not particularly new. the pakistani interservice intelligence director, isi, as it's called, basically created the taliban. they set them up. they financed them and gave them weapons and helped them ultimately take over the country. it is a fact that pakistan is deeply divided been radical islam sifts who think that the taliban is just fine and others more secular, more inclined to having a democratic society, where we and they near a desperate struggle for control of the country. >> they allow us to send our drones to pack and go after our enemy. but this is curious. i have heard this before, but i always hoped it was wrong. but the isi is their spy agency, likel cia, essentially doing that, aiding our enemy. >> it's a huge problem -- >> greta: it is -- >> absolutely -- >> greta: it is not like some islamic group. this is within the group. >> look, many of our military advisers have said part of the pro
FOX News
Jul 13, 2010 10:00pm EDT
the fbi tells us crime is down at the u.s./mexico /arizona border. >> greta: i think president obama is saying the statute does not racially profile. let me ask you precisely, do you believe that people are here illegally should be allowed to stay? >> i think people that here undocumented are here for a number of reasons. immigration laws is the most complex in our -- get that's not quite the question. i'm trying to figure out where the line is for you. i'm trying to figure out whether or not you think if you don't have papers, you don't have a visa, you are not a citizen, not here legally, do you think those people have a right to be here if they are here illegally? >> i think that what is happening with sb-1070 and our conflict with bud selig over having the all-star game in the face of supporting this dangerous law has everything to do with the failure of our immigration system people on the left, the right, people throughout the united states agree we have a failed immigration system. the primary issue is that how do we create a system that brings in people who we want to be here
FOX News
Jul 14, 2010 10:00pm EDT
: tomorrow janet napolitano goes on the record. we are head together u.s./mexico border with secretary napolitano. do not miss the special interview tomorrow night at 10 p.m. eastern. >> next arizona governor brewer will like this some people you know just jumped in the immigration fight. these are no ordinary people. one will be here, next. >> speaker nancy pelosi versus press secretary robert gibbs. who are you going to put your money on, on this fight? dana perino is minutes away. >> former vice president cheney makes a big announcement. find out coming up. i'm chef michael, and my dog bailey and i love to hang out in the kitchen. you love the aroma of beef tenderloin, don't you? you inspired a very special dog food. [ female announcer ] chef michael's canine creations. chef inspired. dog desired. shaky! shaky! d if you named your own price on car insurance, you could be picking up this tab yourself. so get allstate. [ dennis ] dollar for dollar, nobody protects you from mayhem like allstate. >> greta: arizona is getting back up. hours ago michigan attorney general filed a legal bri
FOX News
Jul 10, 2010 1:00am EDT
have caused accidents on u.s. roads, also true that u.s. trucks often times don't comply with the safety standards as well. i believe this was, again i think it was about helping the teamsters. the percentage of these trucks that cause accidents is fairly low, although it is a tragedy often times. the point is, i think you put your finger on the problem. this risk of trade war with mexico now at the worst possible time. mexico has announced if you are not going to allow our trucks in we are not going to allow american producers to bring in christmas trees and manufactured items, fruits and vegetables, things that create jobs for american workers. >> greta: mexico is putting tariffs on our products, why is it insufficient to economic and ticket? check the truck and ticket it? secondly, are the teamsters, very powerful lobby are they really forcing this issue with the president? >> on your first question, i agree. the policy should be to investigate these trucks, when they come in to make sure they are complaint with u.s. safety standards and allow them in if they do. this
FOX News
Jul 8, 2010 10:00pm EDT
is another battle with some fellow u.s. governors. governors of mexican states on our border. governor brewer cancelled the annual border governor's conference which was supposed to be in arizona. she call it off when six mexican governors said she would boycott the event because it was scheduled to be in arizona this year. is she being backed up by border governors? no. the first to come out swing something new mexico governor bill richardson. >> it was unilateral, she didn't consult with anybody. no one governor has the right to cancel a conference of 12 governors, eight mexican governors, four american governors. so i we should still have the conference, because we've got a lot of issues to talk about, besides immigration. >> greta: he's not alone. california governor schwarzenegger wants to move the conference to another state. what about border state governor of texas governor perry. he says he would welcome another meeting. but thinks having a september conference is probably not feasible. joining us live former arkansas governor mike huckabee. how do you weighuqp5s in on this dispute?
FOX News
Jul 29, 2010 10:00pm EDT
go on to the u.s. supreme court let's say you win in the united states supreme court we could all be dead and buried by the time s its way through. that is not a win-win when a possibility of vinger to is so far off. >> judge bolton was clear during the hearing of things she was concerned about. so it didn't come as a complete surprise to our attorneys and myself. there's a possibility we might have to do a little tweaking. i've been in contact today with the president of the senate president burns and speaker of the house kirk adams to get together and determine exactly what it is maybe we might be able to do to tweak the bill to i go them a little bit more satisfaction. so it would weigh more favorably on behalf of the state of arizona. >> greta: that's sort of interesting that you talk about that. sort of like, let's say you go back to the drawing board, tweaks or comes up with a new bill it is akin to when the obama administration's moratorium was struck down in the gulf about drilling they came back with another one the next day. i guess there's nothing to stop you from comin
FOX News
Jul 2, 2010 10:00pm EDT
for the u.s. consulate. a band of hit men with tie to the juarez drug cartel eclipse he ordered the attack because enriquez helped get cast for members of a rival gang. we want to know what you think about the situation along the border. we asked registered voters what should happen first with immigration? 59% said we should secure the borders first. 30% said, new legislation should be the priority. i'm joined by republican political analyst noelle nikpour and clarissa martinez the director of immigration. noelle what did you make of the president's speech this week? he did talk about accountability for the government and people who are here illegally, not enough for you? >> no. to me it is the same old tired rhetoric over and over again. one of the things that i noticed he did not address was the fact that his administration is planning on pressing a lawsuit against arizona. he mentioned nothing about that another thing he took credit for, which i thought was odd, the fact that he said that they already taken so many measures to secure the borders. the virtual fence that didn't work out s
FOX News
Jul 12, 2010 10:00pm EDT
of the u.s. constitution. he an s it but never explains this is a teachable moment -- moment. here's the problem, here the construct on which we built our case. i'm not -- >> greta: that's when the feet get put to the fire to show where this preempts federal law. and the federal government does have the authority. i think the federal government does have the authority. i'm not sure this preempts. >> you cannot pass laws inconsistent with federal laws. get is not inconsistent. and -- >> greta: itth is not inconsistent. >> border patrol people that's the dock they pointed me to. i'm saying here's the arizona standards, what's the comparable federal standard? the point is, arizona has a tightly drawn law. i'm not certain after july 29th, of next year when law has been in effect for a year, that somebody is going to go back and fan a lot of people have been touched by this i think it is going to be a modest number people falling under this statute. you cannot begin to invoke it unless you have pulled somebody over for a lawful arrest, detention or stop. then becomes a reasonable suspic
FOX News
Jul 15, 2010 1:00am EDT
democratic colleagues in the u.s. senate and say, look are, what's going on? this is not an incons quential topic. this is not an issue we can sort of ignore? >> as we have feared, casualties are going up as the movement in kandahar and try to control the most important part of afghanistan by most criteria. i wish the president understood that he cannot sound an uncertain trumpet. our failure in afghanistan will cause consequences that you and i haven't time to discuss on this program. but it's very serious, that if we have to leave the region and the other players in the region are left. >> in your view, is he stubborn? if his generals are saying something different, are he and robert gibbs, the two sort of lone survivors on this, in terms of that we are getting out, beginning next july? >> i don't know -- i don't know the reasons for it. i know that he has a base that is very unhappy, left wing of his party. we just saw that in votes in the house of representatives. i am not unsympathetic to that. but, again, the fundamental of warfare is you go in, victory being the object. victory means
FOX News
Jul 22, 2010 10:00pm EDT
the border, all of them are vulnerable. get the u.s. ambassador to mexico, he said the violence in mexico is disturbing, but has not reached the level of terrorism. does it make a difference whether we call it terrorism or not? is that realistic or does it show his view that maybe it is not as bad as we think it is? >> i can't imagine he's talking within mexico. i mean 23,000 murders in three years hasn't risen to the level of terrorism? i don't know what else you would call it. >> greta: at least his view because it is not trying to take down the government. i think it is a direct challenge to president calderon. that's where he says it is not trying to directly take down the government. >> they don't have to take down the government if they threaten or bribe enough people to let them do their drug operations as it used to be in colombia until president uri -- until that president cleaned it up. i think with all of the money they have sloshing around their ability to threaten people i think is a direct threat to legitimate government in mexico. i suspect the legitimate leaders are very c
FOX News
Jul 26, 2010 10:00pm EDT
and plan attacks on our troops. former u.s. ambassador john bolton joins us live. the first thing is, is this true? >> i don't doubt it is true. it is also not particularly number the pakistani inner services intelligence director isi as it is called, basically created the taliban. they set them up, financed them, gave them weapons and helped them mitly take over the country. -- them ultimately take over the country. it is a fact pakistan is divided between radical islamists who think the taliban fine. other people more inclined to have a democratic society we and they are in a desperate struggle for control of that country. >> greta: they allow us to send our drone attacks into pakistan and go after some of our enemies. it is reported, i've heard this before, but i hoped it was wrong, the isi, their spy agency like their cia doing that, aiding our enemy. >> it is a huge problem. absolutely no doubt. >> greta: not like some islamic group within the country this is within their government. >> many of our military advisers have said, part of the problem even with legitimate good faith
FOX News
Jul 27, 2010 10:00pm EDT
to kentucky headlining a fundraiser for republican u.s. senate candidate rand paul and speaking about education reform. a reporter tracked down governor bush and asked the question. >> when do you announce your plans or decide your plans for president? >> my plans are to give as beach a speech about education reform -- as best a speech about education reform and go back to work i'm not running for president. >> greta: we'll have see what happens there. we all agree on this. rush limbaugh and elton john are the most unlikely duo ever. elton performed at rush's wedding. rush liked what he saw. >> the arizona daily star, a story of an elton john did not mince words in slamming his fellow musicians for boycotting arizona over their immigration law from the stage of his sold out tucson concert. he savored a choice not so family-friend words. he said we are all pleased to be playing in arizona. i've read some won't come here. they are nitwits i still play california. as a gay man i have no legal rights whatsoever, so what is with these people? he also refused to cancel a concert in israel.
FOX News
Jul 30, 2010 10:00pm EDT
s to the u.s. and people of the gulf coast. >> greta: what did tony hayward say as you were passing the mantle when the news broke, everyone knew it was coming, what did he say to you? >> he's a man who worked for 30 years for bp. he dedicated his entire working life. a great love for the company and great pride in the company. i think his view was that he was the captain of a ship during an accident. and he's been incredibly gracious. he and i will work together during this transition between now and october. he is deeply saddened. yet, he realized it was the right thing to do. i think that's the measure of the man. get -- >> dana: next, best of the rest. sarah palin turns media critic. she just took some jabs at the president over his visit to "the view." the governor sounds off, next. >> reunion between two hero dogs and a soldier they saved in afghanistan. you will love this >> congressman anthony weiner blows a gasket on the house floor. the republican on the receiving end is fighting back. the whole story, next. >> i will not yield! and the gentleman will observe regular order
FOX News
Jun 30, 2010 10:00pm EDT
will fly at half-staff in the coming days in tribute to the longest serving senator in u.s. history. i'm ainsley earhardt. thanks for watching fox. we now return to greta. >> greta: eric cantor is back. nice to see you again. >> great to be with you. >> greta: we are happy to be back. >> love having you here. >> greta: you cut how are you doing? >> awesome. we just had a vote on the house floor that says we want to cut about a billion 200 million off the taxpayer dime f you will the obligation on the deficit because it is being spent to promote union activities. right now given the contracts with unions have struck with federal agencies taxpayers are obligated to pay for union activities not for employees serving the government and the taxpayers serving their unions. that is crazy that is not something any taxpayer would want to see their money go to. we were unable to get much traction from the other side of the aisle. we are hoping cutting the deficit is a bipartisan concern. everybody wants to go and try and promote that we are going to keep going. we've had probably 100, 110, 115 b
FOX News
Jul 1, 2010 10:00pm EDT
people in the u.s. that could help them flee. a bail hearing was postponed for juan lazaro. >> toyota recalling another 270,000 vehicles to fix faulty engines, several models of luxury lexus and toyota crown. the government fined toyota more than 16 million dollars for acting too slowly in recalling vehicles with sticking accelerator pedals. toyota to date has recalled more than 8 -- 8 1/2 million vehicles for similar problems. i'm marianne rafferty now back to on the record. >> greta: president obama took shots at arizona's immigration law, fair? state senator thank you for joining us again. >> thank you. >> greta: did you listen to president obama's speech today? >> yeah, i did. apparently he's nose should be longer right now. >> greta: and the reason is? i'll take that bait. >> beg pardon? >> greta: and the reason you say his nose is a lot longer is why? >> because of the misinformation in his speech, one fabrication after another. first of all he talks about -- he talks about work side enforcement down 75 under his administration. he talks about crime is down. -- i just spoke to t
FOX News
Jul 5, 2010 10:00pm EDT
are not the greatest nation which one is? not even close, no contest, sorry. game over, u.s.a. wins! >> reporter: dana, recent gallup poll showed 62% of americans feel the country is moving in the wrong direction. by going out and talking to folks that promise of the pursuit of happiness seem as life and well in this great nation we celebrate in weekend that the home of the free and land of the brave is going to be just fine and have that resilience that tony snow often talked about. he talked about having a little swagger dream big, go big that's what america needs to do. we bounced back from the great depression after 9/11 and we'll survive this one too, i think. >> i think you may have had the best assignment in all of news television yesterday. >> reporter: it was indeed a good one. >> did you meet anyone who that america was on the wrong track? >> reporter: i did not encounter a single person. of course you are at a patriotic event the 4th of july, the parade in washington that attracts people from all over the wore. it was reassuring to hear folks from other countries talking highly about ameri
FOX News
Jul 20, 2010 10:00pm EDT
of the iranian speaker, but they want a timeline because they want the u.s. and the west out of afghanistan. we have made clear that there will be an end to combat operations, but not an enter to our involvement and commitment to afghanistan and the afghan people. we made the mistake of leaving afghanistan once before. and it became a safe haven for terrorism, a failed state in the control of the taliban. it is important that all of our people back home understand that the strategy that president obama adopted after a very serious study at the end of last year is being implemented. and i think shows some positive signs. it was a complete revamp of where we were when we came into office increased in intensity and support. but i think it is the right approach. >> greta: how do you measure success? you spoke today about success. i don't want to misquote you. citizens of many nations represented including my own wonder whether success is even possible. what is success? how do you measure it? >> a secure and stable afghanistan. what does that mean? it means a country that is age to defend itself wit
FOX News
Jul 21, 2010 10:00pm EDT
! >> greta: congresswoman michelle bachmann is here founded new tea party caucus in the u.s. . what is congress going to do? she joins us live. good evening. >> thank you nice to be here. >> greta: what provoked this? >> it is the movement it has happen the last 18 months where hundreds of thousands of people across the country have gotten up off the couch and said we want to do something. people have tried to get congress' attention they feel like they haven't. this is about members of congresslingning to people on the tea -- members of res listening to people >> greta: we hear the term caucus all the time. what is the caucus? what is the function of a caucus? >> members of congress gathering around one central idea or sub. >> greta: give me some ideas. >> we have the shellfish caucus, the potato caucus, the biker caucus, the boat caucus. we have different caucuses. this is -- we think the tea party has credible ideas and things to listen to. it is basic. the fact we don't think government should spend more than what it takes in. we believe we are taxed enough already and congress
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